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Abia killing meant to provoke North, don’t retaliate – Islamic group tells Muslim traders

The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has reacted to the killing of Northern traders in a cattle market in Abia State.

MURIC urged Northerners not to retaliate the death of about eight traders and cows killed in Abia State last week.

The Islamic group said the appeal was aimed at ensuring that peace reigns in the country.

The incident occurred at the New Cattle Market in Omumauzor, Ukwa West Local Government Area of the State.

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